At Sex Therapy Lancashire, our team of psychotherapists can support you to make sense of the issues that are causing your relationship and sexual problems. Together we can help you discover ways of overcoming the issues.
We offer Individual Therapy, Marriage Counselling, Relationship Counselling and Couples Counselling. Relationship problems such as an affair, infidelity, love affair or illicit affairs are relationship difficulties that can be helped by relationship counselling (therapy).
The College of Sex and Relationship Therapists (COSRT) is a professional body, which governs therapists with specific training to work with sex and relationship issues. The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity (ATSAC) is also an organisation, which lists therapists with specific training to work with Sex Addiction and Sexual Compulsivity.
Sex TherapyOur psychosexual service helps couples and individuals improve their sex lives, emotional intimacy and physical relationships. We offer relationship counselling, helping people with sexual dysfunctions and those who have experienced sexual trauma.
Sex AddictionIs your sexual behaviour out of control? Is it taking over your life, interfering with work, relationships and finances? Find out how to recognise the signs, symptoms and possible causes and the treatments we offer to help you conquer your addiction.
Sex & Porn Addiction
Sex and Porn addiction is a term that describes sexual activity that feels overwhelming or out of control. Engaging in specific sexual activities, having many partners, looking at porn or engaging in cyber-sex does not make a person a sex addict. Neither does having a high sex drive. Here at Sex Therapy Lancashire, we believe that it is important to support people when they feel that their sexual activity has become out of control. Such behaviour is likely to result in harm to themselves, a partner, or to family and friends and their professional standing. Therefore, sex addiction or sexual compulsivity is not defined by the activity itself but by the possible negative effects on the individual and their family.
- Behavioural Addictions.
- Sex Addiction.
- Panic Attacks.
- Abuse and Trauma.
- Bereavement and Loss.
- Relationship and Couples Work.
- Obsessional, Angry and Troubling Thoughts.
- Anger Management.